Learn Jenkins to Automate Containers Course Overview

Learn Jenkins to Automate Containers Course Overview

The "Learn Jenkins to Automate Containers" course is a comprehensive program designed to equip learners with the knowledge and skills to use Jenkins, an open-source automation server, to streamline the development and deployment of containerized applications. The course covers a wide range of topics, including the installation and configuration of Jenkins, Docker, and various integrations with tools like Git, Slack, Kubernetes, and more.

Starting with the basics of Jenkins and Docker, learners will understand how to set up their environment for Infrastructure as Code and automation. They’ll delve into version control with Git, learn to manage repositories, and understand branching and tagging. The course also covers building NodeJS applications, creating Jenkins Job DSL scripts, and constructing Jenkins Pipelines to automate the build, test, and deployment processes within Docker containers.

Advanced topics include integrating Jenkins with Kubernetes for orchestration, email notifications, and leveraging Jenkins slaves for distributed builds. Additionally, students will learn how to monitor and log Jenkins using tools like ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana), Prometheus, and Grafana.

The course is structured to provide hands-on experience, ensuring that learners not only understand the theoretical aspects but also gain practical skills in using Jenkins for CI/CD pipelines, ultimately enhancing their ability to automate container deployment effectively.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the "Learn Jenkins to Automate Containers" course, participants should meet the following minimum prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of software development processes and lifecycle.
  • Familiarity with command-line interfaces (CLI) and basic shell commands.
  • Knowledge of version control systems, preferably Git, including operations like cloning, committing, and pushing code.
  • Basic understanding of containerization concepts and Docker, including the ability to build and run Docker containers.
  • Awareness of infrastructure as code and automation principles.
  • Basic programming knowledge is beneficial, particularly in scripting languages such as Bash or Python, or familiarity with NodeJS for relevant course modules.
  • Ability to install and configure software on a personal computer or virtual environment.

These prerequisites are designed to provide a foundation that will help you fully engage with the course content and practical exercises. If you are new to any of these areas, we recommend exploring introductory materials or courses to build your understanding before proceeding with this Jenkins training.

Target Audience for Learn Jenkins to Automate Containers

This course offers comprehensive Jenkins training, perfect for professionals seeking to automate container deployment and streamline development workflows.

  • DevOps Engineers
  • Software Developers
  • Build and Release Engineers
  • Automation Engineers
  • System Administrators
  • Quality Assurance Professionals
  • IT Managers overseeing development teams
  • Technical Project Managers
  • Infrastructure Architects
  • Security Professionals interested in automation and deployment
  • Cloud Engineers
  • Technical Leads looking to implement CI/CD pipelines
  • Operations Support staff working with deployment pipelines

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Learn Jenkins to Automate Containers?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes and Concepts:

This comprehensive course will guide you through automating container deployment using Jenkins. You'll learn Jenkins integration with tools like Docker, Kubernetes, and Git, alongside mastering CI/CD pipelines, job DSL, and monitoring.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Jenkins and its role in DevOps for automating build and deployment processes.
  • Install and configure Jenkins to work with Docker containers for a seamless development environment.
  • Gain knowledge of Docker fundamentals and Infrastructure as Code to manage and automate containerized applications.
  • Learn version control with Git, including repository management, branching, and basic commands essential for source code management.
  • Build and deploy a NodeJS application using Docker, showcasing real-world application of Jenkins in a development workflow.
  • Create and manage Jenkins jobs using the Job DSL for automating routine tasks and application deployment processes.
  • Integrate Jenkins with Docker to automatically build and push images to a registry, and deploy changes to Kubernetes.
  • Develop Jenkins Pipelines for a robust and scalable automation process that includes building, testing, and running applications in Docker containers.
  • Implement Jenkins integrations with various tools for notifications (Email, Slack), repository management (GitHub, BitBucket), and code analysis (SonarQube).
  • Learn advanced Jenkins usage involving Jenkins Slaves, security best practices, and monitoring with ELK, Prometheus, and Grafana to maintain a high-performing CI/CD environment.